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La< StRANGE 



Pemale College, 



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For Fifteen Years Mm HiwIbN ■■*•*« Um Higrnstw* 
Latest »••> f inventive »»«1 

Mechanical Skill. * 

W< ...|.| to the RrtMagtofl Even Improvemtfit 
,,ul Si (ft) in i Capital can Secure 

W. T. Crensi jaw, 

EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR 

Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Florida. 

KIMBALL HOUbt BLOCK, 



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ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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La< i range/. 

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Board of Trusfees. 



I.'rv. \V. D ANDERSON, I> 1>. 
!)k. JOHN A. lt\l oil 
I, iv. J. II. BAXTER 
Ron. B. H. BIGRAX 
Kkv. II. v BRADLEY 
.iollN K. BROOKE 
W. H. BBOTHERTO? 
K. II. CART, \.M.. M It. - 
LESLIE W. DALLIS 
■JOHK D. KDXUND80N - 
Ban II L. i.kw 
W. V. OKAY . 

Boft I!KM;y K. HARRIS 
Rkv. .1. li. HUKHICUTT - 
Rev. A. J. JAKKKLL 
v. c. JOHBB - 

BM TH08 W LATHAM 

' UQS W. LEE. li II. 
DB61 LESLIE 

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R«v. J. F. MIXON D.D 
J. E. PARK. I.L.T). 
*" <*. \ PAJUCS • 

Da. e. d. pitman 

E. IV i.AMU.K 
W. T. UKVILI. 
foii-V [.. ROBERTSON 
MOSES Sl'KElt 
B. T. THOMPSON. J^ . 

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How. W. A. TI'RNEK 
Ws. S. WITH AM 



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OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 



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Faculty. 



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Lite ra ry i mi w rtm ent 

RUFUfl W. SMITH. A. M.. 
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KI'I.KIJ {!. SMITH, A. M., 

KNi.l.l-ll, BPA.V4S, PSDAGOGY. 

Mm. RffFUS W. SMITH, 

m \ rOI M 11 l< ■>. I BE Mi it. ;:i in i l n> v 

i i HUBERT SI. SMITH, A. K.. 

I \ I l\, III KB B1 l"h I'M! I Ml \ I . 

CLIFFORD I.. SMITH. 

\ I i i: M ^i ll v. I . BOOK-KI>BFX3fa. 

Mi- JOSEPH II. HARRIS, 

\~m-i\ni i\ LITEJUK1 iiKI\i:imi:m 

Mh. kulkr b. smith. 

iimi'm: \ ihi;v hkiwui m* m . 



Mi ' S K I )EPAK I MEN i* 



AI.WVN M. SMITH. Dww rOB, 

BAMtO.VT, i IHiKl'-. >l«.tll ->IM,l\i.. 

M.:^ AI.UVN M. SMITH, 
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Mi- MIRIAM WKM 

I'l.Wn. I III mIM . 

Miss m.\ii»i;k smith, 

ri ami. I HKuB) . 

Mis. M JENNIE K\ \NS. 

»"M KN I l\ VOIC] I I I 

Mi- MAR1 A. GARDNER 



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CLIFFORD. L. SMITH. 

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AKT 1 JEPARTMENT- 
Miss ADA II U'oo'iTKN. 

I n i >i rsTR ial Dei *a rt \ 1 1 : x i ■ 

Miss LULA A DANCER. 

College i iome. 

Mm. I.TFIs W. SMITH. Lai»> I'limiim 
Mj<s \N(;iK SMITH. II, „ .,,.,, 



OFFICERS OF THE PAC I LTY 
KJWtSn W. SMITH, I'ns,,,, v, 

kh.ki: B. smith, si R . ,u : v 



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Alumnae. 



iiii|'.ri..i. W i iiis revtao the mbi illy. and 

'i • ■ •» iti •■• ■ my on* who will luwtat na In the work, i : 

ttnj alumni :,i._ in the aamm Mow, 

Infoi in 11- hi the fact. We nlao Invito Information roncerning deeeaai 
of uliiitii.ii-. or change o! iiiiim- bi 

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>l \lnl.\ V VMK, M Will! l.|. S \ 11 I 

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Hill. 



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Tabitba K Hill, 

ili'l. 



M i-. Newton, 
Mi- Howard,' 



Nkumh <' 




Mr«, ' 




A . i i-ln,nif. 


.Mr-. V/i il.'- 


sumui 1 


IV-i, j , 


Mr-. Bunkle 


Mar) \ 


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a. Broughton, 

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1848. 

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Mr-. .1, U r, 

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h .1. Kldd 
1 1 I ■ . Kim;, 

Pnulln* !.<■« i-. 

Klixabettl I'nrl 



nwood.Mra. 


Perry, 


M i -. 


1 mii|'. 


Mr-. 




M.-. 


Aberer* 


mn. 





II. \ kill. 
Henrli Ua Broon 

lti>r,ilh> A.I 'happpll, 

Amanda \. Pul 
fur, 



1849. 

Ml- N. 

Mr-. William-, sn-iiii a. Maddox, Mi-. JoImimiu, 

Niiih'.x M.-.-ul' Mr-. I.,;ik. 

Aead u II, M ra. Dowdell, 

Mr- M'lli, ««. Ann I-:. I'ill-. Mr-. Iio/.l-r, 

Mr-.. I Rltaabeth \. Win Mi- EUdolKT, 

Mi-, i ...i.i-iih. Mar) A. Thompaon.* 

1850. 



I . Bmughton,Mi 

•i.ii i-:. hiv \i i-. i Haston,* 

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--ii W. DoUftaan, M 

M '-.i 

Mat) l >- M,-. Hi II 

.Mi- I • 



M.niii.i i-. Harvey, 


Mr- 


Harper, 


Ann K, M.-<.liit.\. 


Mr- 




•: M. Hi "I- 


Mi-. 


Brown,* 


s.irnli ('. Xi » ton, 


Ml-. 


Doater, 


Conlella A. I!i -i 


Mi-. 


.I.M"-. 


Kil" . ii, 


Mm, 


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■ arollne H 


Mr-. 


llatiU.-. 


inlli, -:in-.,l 


,\|. - 




Helen \ Tali 


Mr*. 


Mitetiell. 



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MAIIIKN N*X«. 
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Tulhilnti Caller, 
M»r\ .1. i "\. 
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I . I llllllljM'll, 

ih Karri*. 
B.( eh itbi nil!. 
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.i v»:..n. 

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la ItaMrtck,* 
■ Bryan, 

Alum I ullfUll. 

. Cameron, 
s.iriil: II. ( MItMUIt, 

1 Itw, 

irln. r,.|.|,,ali. 

Mur> Kilaa Cobiultt, 
iiw Craven, 

.Viriiti M. Il.irm - 
j:»iy ..'okjultt. 

Am', E, i m 

' nil null mi 
\iinirnlii Kilmi'i, : 
Hiirri.'t K.lmiin i- 
I-' nin.-i-.il. 1| 
Htrj \ I 
Florida c 
M.iry M M. ,.. 



« A, roebill, 

\. Dawkin*. 
i K liriain, 

H mil, l !| .,, 

I H"!l.,!|.|. 
I X. !..i:i. v, 

MeHufn 

pi K. \r.i •.,., , 



1861, 

M until 11 V Ml I (A I DM H.Uk 

Mi-. iiri.nl. Mat] M- [tougltuw.' 

Mi. \\ . ,n W. IVragjlHMt, 

Mi. k, i- f ' ; ' 

Mr. . Mil . i.r.i ..- 



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Mis. 1 1.,- - I ;' 

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Hn Mi hu, Bel* , ■ ii \ i: 

Mi •. Linn- 

Mr*, il.iiiiprn. ' iiiiiiuiii. >i 
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MIm i I'm. -. 


Mr* 

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Mr - 


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Mi.. 


Kimball, 


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M \ I I . I . N SANK. 

H, \. Vppleby, 
Marlhn !-. Kin. 

I ..UK :i l; i 'jilin roll, 

Mart '.i l i ii ii i . 

Kallli 

I ,i//ii- v\ .1111,1 

.1.. ih II. |i. 

i B. !'• Loach, 
M.J, K.iu nn\n 
i <.,n-i- i >. i:ii -, 
momui I Hum II, 

\l.liil M. Il.nl.1 -. 



M I llford, 

rieei Indrewa, 
M. v. tlklnnon, 

<•. \. IJ.Mn.k.' 
Mini. I r 
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- A ' ,111.11-011. 
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antra \ (terili 

nuer, 

i ii. Brown, 

nun. 

* II 'I.- Will,. 
.1. A. I oo... I . 

M. \ i ,,v. 

Ii. i' i roM.li r. 

I. V. lior.lon. 

Mm \ I.. Ak. i-. 

I 
M l I 
Hattte Carlton, 

Mill V I I ;,, 

Ml-' R. I nil. r. 
I'-'I.Ih r Ihinliii 
1 M.'Ki a 

Km .■ Moan*, 

V Mi.r.hiliil, 
Miii.i MoraBM), 
H M tfcMM, 

I iiiiiiii I . Host |ck, 
M. \iii,„ ii, ii, .v. 

<Iiiii.Ii \ . i in Ii.,,,. 

Klisa i i 

Harj K. Kvitn-. 



MAKHII I.N A M ►: 

M i-. Met .'.ih . 
i. Mr*, ludge, 
Mi- i Hbaon, 
M m. \v 



m r».TI>'mp»'ii 
Mn Mi rrlng, 
Mr*. Kmlth, 
Mi Ron w Irk 



M Mill N N , M |,. | IKRII |) > \ .1 K. 

Nam-) ('. Hill, Mr-. Morgan, 

Harriet v. Uparomb, Mr-. Kli < 
Martha I'. Mi'K'.iiii.. Mr*, t'ravrn, 

\ una M. Mi in l. >h -, 
H, Indiana I'll i-. 

\ r..Hi:i. 
i:< I., in, 1 1. Howell, 
Kophla I.. s;i i, ,--. 

I'iiiiii -. - i . |,i, ni-o;.. 

■ I 
I'l.llo « 



I 
Mr-. W'uptiuD 



Mm, II, n nl. 
Mr*. MaHory, 

Mr-, i ii; |, -I •. 

Mi- 
ni ■-. I oIIk n. 

Mn. 

I> 
Mr.. Terrell,' 

M ra, I ' 

Mrs. V'anKppx, 
Mm Tiiwle. 



ls.,7. 

Sii-n.i \ . Hin r,.||. 
X.lil:.' Ii. I'oh. ||, 
H ittle \. si, in, mi, 

i i. /.ii. .ih Hmttb, 
Mum .-i.'.iv,.':. 

M:.l'.\ .1. S| in-,,... 

Alum i-:. s, lnl .,,,,. 

Martin, liMiko. 
Canute \. Ward, 

A. S, I ,!'•■. n«, „.,l, 

i:. a. Hamilton, 
M. a. i:. Hamilton, 
M. I. Hamilton, 

\ 11 iiii.u-. 
Mi. i. 
M. K. H] 



M.-. 
Mi-. 



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I Until Nil-oii. 
M l:. i'nll, ii. 
KJdtey, Man Hbepherd, 
Doster," m ,ir Khepberd, 

\l.> Si, mil. 
' olili. (nrrli- Stiii-on. 

\iIimiIi Turner, 



M . -. 


i 'ran 'ii. 


Hphellii \\ ill,. --. 


MI- 


l.l'i'lil,.- Til,-!.. Win-ton. 


NI r-. 


Sanili Wotnai k. 


Ml-. 


Kloiirni.v . I:. K W .mi.Ih nnl. 


Ml- 


Mo--. 




1800. 


Mi-. 


Kdm'd'n, 


i . ilbetter, 

K « '< inul 1 :. I.«i\i|.,\ 

Motile J. ■litter, 


Mr. 


titers, 


t'r.iloiiiii Radford, 


Mi-. 


1 l|H '.III- 


Villi. R Hi 



Mi n.Mnyherr) . 






Mn Tignor, 
Mr-. s„ anaom 

Mr-. Johnson. 

Mr-. Hlattl 



'■l r-. w In Kb I p. 



M i - Unaaall,* 

M i - K irk*<.y, 

M I -. I iio|,»T. 

Mr- Hi ..LI ii. 

Mr-. Ogletrae,' 
M ra. Mni-ii. 
M r- Tmnlln,* 

Mr- \\ ln-i<,ii. < 
Mrs. , 

M r-. II in, 



Ura, i:> m . 

M I -. Monty. 

M'- M. I urlln. 
Blond ner, 



I.A<iI( W 



,1. I IM \l I 



I.' 

M Kill. 

M. Pa 

N A. Join on, 

E. >. I 

.1. M I 

1 * r . iighton 

Ark' i'n>w !■ 

K. e'uiuilnrbi'oi, 

H'MlllicUM. 

\. !l:il«iricl>, 

•■h. 
■luliii K. Bad 
Unto I 

I- Mill. 

rlwlll, 
rrintfoti, 

Mury \. Ii.. 
Mill. 

I 

Ratio 

■ 

Kiln I; 



\ v M I 

ton, 

v. -. W 

Hn Tb'mp'n.' 

Mr-. Mil.uw. 

Ml-. M:n|il<>\. 



Mr- Wttt.T, 
lavct>, 



mihhv SAUK. 
I ■. i ! i > ttoMnwtn 
, M B**. 
Kallli H 

I. ii in. i J 
Silllll'Sh. pi 

MolUc i siiihh 
s„iii.- Tfeitey," 

1861. 

<• 
KM. n i r.uiii... 

Illlpc. 



Mi- ii. ml r'n, i ■ • I'liiii'i 



Hn i 



Id. 



Mi- I 



i. ! i: .n-n. . 

A like* 



I hi; 






Mis. « 

Mi-.li- 



I'll. 
v Knight, 
llli . 
A f i mi I 

t . I' M.-l. 

\| k|i 

Will. 

' I U • I , - 

' I'lirkiipl. 
Kl. Mi, I P1tt», 

Mttttii i' rni-. 

Mull' 



MAHKIKII .V.OM 
Mi- Hull 

M ii-. 

Br'nh'in,' 



Mr- II 
Mr-. I- 

II;-. 
I. .in-. 

Mr-, 'i 

I 

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Mr-. Hi 



Mr- U 



Mi-. Ji 






\sm. 



Ml-. I! 

M>< lllll. 

; I.i-ihIii. / \|..r, . . 

1864. 

. ii 



Mill', 
•lllll. 

M i - v 









Mi- I 



LAOS IXGI hmai.k C0LLBG1 . 



MM l>K N X \ M I . 

Sain, i 'otter, 
Annie C. Curtrleht, 
« 'arrle Pitman, 



Maria <>. Rh--, 
J lore Boyldn, 
Mollle Bella B> 
Halite Loa Haralson, 

Aldora OauMing, 



Mary Ai.nnl, 
.1 alia t'oiiniilly, 
. \ i ( u I . ■ ■ ram. lie, 



is;:;. 

M IBBIED N.VMK. M.UIIKV RAMI. 

Mr-. Been ■, i Willie Pitman, 
Km MeCinNi ' Marj i. Poythreae, 

Mr.s.Trullt, 

1-74. 

I.ulu Wurcl. 

•it. Maajlii TTIil I rti i, 
Addle 0. Wlmblah, 



in lil I D s \ I a. 

Mi-. Bradfld/ 
tin Barnard.* 



Mr-. K.K>t.-. 

M r% Ami >. 



1878. 

Mr-. . I, „ni,- McKail, M ■-. Wiirlli-k. 

1-77. 
Mia. Han, I Enmut Palmar, >;>■-. wiiini-.' 

Mr-. am e er , : dodlaaa Richard^m, .Mr-. Oonnatly. 

Mr-. Viumliiui. 

1878. 



Llsaie Banph, 


Mre.McDon'ld, 


Mattte McOebi 


Mis. r»rk. 


Halite K. lioykln. 


Mn ■ i »hi Blmmona, 


Mni.Niiiiiii.ui*>, 


Virgte Bute*, 


Mr-. M../1, \ . 1,17/1* Tnivlni 




Leila Hndaoa, 


1 -79. 




Mattte Traj lor. 


Mr« Nnrtln-h. s.-IIU- William*. 


Mis. II. kl. 


Fannie wim, . 


Mr- .flu;. , 

1880, 




Jennie Aiktaaon 


Ida Lae Emory, 


Mrs. Traat'ell, 


Mattte Oook, 


Mi-. /.. U..1-. 


ilniii.- Handtey, 


Mr-. Kemle. 


Fannie Dowman, 


Mrs. ZiiIkm. 


Myrtle Mrr'nrllii, 


Mrs. Hwwell, 


Hallle !>"» mini, 




I-'.iiiiiiii Slip,'. 






1881. 




l.uin A. Uranium, 


Mr». Krappi 


K. Baste* Miiliry, 


Mrs. swiiii.-on. 


Stella lliirn-. 




Kiln Vaaakaa, 




i:ia 1 . I'rilNs, \\r. 


Mr-. Baker, 


I.ulu Walker, 


M is. Wiirr. 


Mattte K. I>riv. r. 




I .■ -ill i, W.ilkins. 


Mrs. i iverxtr't, 


M\ rtle I, r 




Moltta B. Whltuk.-r. 


Mr-. Malt li««. 




1883. 




Alii-.- It. Il.i.vkli,, 




Mny Fanate Turner. 




LUj Howard, 


Mr». MeLatia, 


Bertha Walker, 


Mrs. Finlnr. 


Mil Palmer 


Mi- McDon'ld. 


Iniii- Wiird, 


Mm. Lupu." 


Mollii E. st!|>.'. 


M n 








1888. 




Helen Baldwtn, 




Mande Howell, 




Oanrta i>. Ballard, 




( urrle I'urks, 


-Iiilmsun. 


Annie Bradley, 




win.- Kevin, 


Mrs. i ill urn. 


Ma) readier. 




Bale Tttompaon, 


Mi- •smith, 


i andter, 




■iiniii- Wadawortt, 


M K. Irvine. 


< tenevra Qfiol ton, 


M i- i >nt roll . 


I.lltir.-tle Youim. 




CarobaJ il.-i.it, 









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i IGBAJfGl PBXA1 I colli:. .1.. 



KAtsn SAME. 

H, u. .ih H. Arnold, 
Ellen ■:. Harry. 
Mary 6. Bw aa aa , 
Mary L. K.vlll, 



1884. 

MA.'ilUKli KAMI. MAII'tN SAMS. M.tKIIIM. MKK. 

IKiiKi'itlii A. Miiims Ml-. Kiihilii.'. 
Mimiit' S|ii.|ir». Mn. Wicker. 

Ad. laldc «ii'l-iu.rlh.Mr-.i Opetend. 

| Mary Uule Wrlgfat, Mrs. . 



Pauline K. Arnold, 
J. Beasit' lliirn.'M . 
Emma F. Billiard. 
Dt Cooper, 

A. Kttit 1 .1.. hii>..it. 
Daisy Knight, 



Km ma Barrett, 
Willie Burn., 
Mary Lou Daonby, 
LlizieL Dj 
Lucy Evans, 
Bessie Jackson, 
Mattie Mag-ruder, 
Willi*- Milter. 
Mary Rotn Mixon. 



Jessie G. Burnett. 
Glenn ('.ttup. 
Annie L. Cole, 
•I. "W Lnona i i 
Liny A. Il.-ard, 
Berta V. Henry, 
H. Jarrell, 
E. May Jotaaaaa, 
Blanche MeFrrlln, 
Maude M. McFarllu, 



1»Y 



I Lolllc E. I 

<>ll\ m V. Mai'l. 
lLiilic hfaj Morinin, 

ktoOU ' . Stauna, 

, Annie K. W.irl.y. 

Persia wriuht. 



Mr-. , 

M raJ ru-«cl!i .* 
Mr-. Lihn-I'ii. 
Mr.. Ward 



1*86. 



Mr-. Dnke, 



Mm. cook, 
Mm. Dobbs, 



Pitman, 

Belle P.» r. 
Liiiiiii Poar, 
Ida. Ii siniih, 
Nclic Smith. 
Hu'inlc Trimble, 
Ella Walker,* 
Minnie Ware, 



' anler, 
Mrs. Gha] . 



Mi- Woodfrd, 



1887. 

Clara L. Meriwether. Mr-.M.M. km. 
arpent'r, Amy Moat, 
Mm. Wolfe. Lillian i >. Itidi n'.iour. 

Mai. I.- Smith. 

Mary K. Btrostor, Mrs. Unmet!. 

Mm. Thomas. .Ilmmle Um TboiupaoaV, 

Miiii.ic s. Tompklna, 

Carrie Y. Willi,. 

• Wllaon, 
ilia Win*. 



1888. 



Lizzie I. Arnold, 

'•'■"in it. Bci-km»n, 

LouG Camp. 

M. Jennie t ..■■ 

Fannie Covin, 

Minnie L. i rairror.l. 

Pearl Crawford, 

OUie Ellis, 

M. .Jennie Kvan», 

Mamie M. Hiinlwlck, 

Lilllc.liirr.il, 

N. Grace Johnston. 



Mrs. Ilraiiii.in. 



Mr- T 



rlpis-. 



Fminle JW-t Jones, 
I'eciie Longlno, 

M. Monte, 
Minnie M.Hir, , 
M. Lir.ile Parks, 
Maude M. Sci-okkIii. 
Llllie Sullivan. 
\. Lois Turner. 
Manulc Van /.an. It. 
Htiby War.-. 
Pearl White, 
Lallie A. Wltl|.rs|-»-n. 



Mr- s,.,,ti, 



M ra. Baott, 

Mrs. - 



l iOBAYOI kkmai.k COM.IGI. 



11 



1889. 



I M LPS N \1|| HABEIBD Mill 

Annie II. Chantbleaa, 
I.. Abtrie Chaableaa, 
I.. Don < 'Una, 

Lulu lilcki T-MII. 

m. Com* Mekcnon, 
iMttxti i tfaralaon, 

M. Loolaa Hiti'Ihl'. 
Mar; N. II in I. 
M. I.lly .lark-, .ii, 
\. Miiii.1.' Mr|>:,ni,.|. 



M UI.KN HAWK. MAKR1 

MlDDia 11. MiK.nlirc. 

<'. Lilian Koala, Mr-. 

JUlla P. Muiilr. 

ii' in- ii. Parker, 

•lullii P. Kldl. ijr, 

P. Eugenia Bbappard, 

E. May Swlndall. 

Kaimli- T, ajalajr, 

Kim •Trullt, Ut%. 

Minnie H. Wilklaaoa, 



Baa van, 



V':UU.', 



Total number ol alumna), ML 




12 



i vc.cvst.r i i« mi colli ok 



Undergraduates. 



Collegiate Department. 

slmoic (Lass. 

Pint,. ■©! i 11 i . i- \Ti:.-s. 

Aiken, i rrao- I Oreniaboro Rev. E. K. tUcen 

Braotiy, MiraWiM. I'.w.tton.. Mlaa F I. Culver. 

f!rothe,rtorr, H. Pur,,' 1 . Atlanta apt. \V. If. llmtlu rtoii. 

DuaUt, KUtT. ... Caxroiltoo Mr. ,v..i. iimii-i. 

Ui'iin, MMJBjt W . -I'aiiiH itu Mr». M. T. M. Iiciiii. 

Kvni)«. Mnirjtii- ( i.. . LoOmofa.. Copt. W. &. Evaoa. 

i;nv»,n«r«.v Qnttamn. lin. Iaooo m ~ 

Hiirdwlelt, M. Uiulli- .Vliiion !>r. II. V. Hurl • 

Heater, Mamie K. Monro. ..Mr. I ~ II. -t<-r. 

Hodgea, 8*111,-.. Quitman., Mr. J. J. H<Mlg<-. 

Ingram, 1>. Newtle Turin Mr. \ . II . lOfrOBt. 

Jouea, Willi, k CarwwnUe. ii.v. a r. i,. ... 

Lee, Pearl "ruwil-li Spring Mr>..l.)i.|,,.. 

Marsh. Kuth T LoFuyatte Mr. M. K. Home. 

KaOahae, Mamie C WWta Molphtir Kp'aaMaJ. B. vi. . i, ,,,. ,,,.. 

McLaughlin, Ada.. .;r.,„rl!l, . I: I M.i.a^Mln. K-,. 

Robert*.,,,, toned LoQtoaoa. Mr. .1. I.. Rob, r,.,.,,. 

Wmrll.H. COTtODt N,»un . . " ■ ■ J^^J-U.' 

Hlm,.M.(,i»,iv,.. >,-.., „ Mn.M.X.mml V** 

S " li, "- a " ir " 1 - UOlWOJi IT'-- K. W. smith. 

Smith, Mortal. Pilot Pulm.T.-.xa* ... -Hr. .1. W. Barf*. 

"perrv.r.mT Trinity. Vjrgloia M r. J. T. Bpafl > 

fcoraJLOMBrtaV. traafcfa.10,.. Ml Wmpi-I , Bookor. 

*H'lngham, Minnie I. .I*™,,,, Mr.Joln, Willi,,* «. 

WB-0O.lC.Ba**. Hampton. Mr. W. P. WDom 



Arnold, Ma.tl,. c 
AtkliiHon, Boea n.. 

•liHinp. Mvr'le • j 
Bell. Annie | 
Bell, DttOtia,,.. 
Bt/ykln, iMiiy B, 
t Bmdj-.uill,;.. 



Jl'XiOIt CLASS. 

"WW Mn. A. K. fee** , 



■ 

Willi,;,,, .or,. , 
Ifoirnrmlll,. 
Kolln, UohOBtt 

Lobiooge 
LoChooga. 



.!),-. w. m. rueaiaue. 
I>r. J. ('. Ueainhni,i|(. 
it, v. W.J. Bati. 

Mn. B. k Baa 

COpt, .1. T lioyklll. 
Mr. II. K. llr,i.l\ 






1. \i.KANi;K VKMAI.K i t-l.l .!'.! . 



IT I'll.. 
CoviUi . I •- 1 1 1 1 i« ■ I.imi. 

4 I'll 111. lloslc B 

imiiili. I.imy 

Ki. mister. Itettte II. 

< ii mile, Addir B. • 

Heard, Georgia < >.■ 

Ilci.nl, Hettle M. 
llciid.r->ui. Klurenc.. I' 

iiuiiin.-iMwi. 0. Walton, 

Hunnlcutt. M, lulu 

I JobmoB, M.iiiif V... . 

I.lli ■■.. Arl/.uia It. 

LilMi F. Montana 

Merrill, l.i//ie I' 

O'Neal, lllxl. I 

Bton art, .Tut in II 
Rwanaoa, s. Margaret. 

Tucker, \.)7.tW 

W'U-'ii. t ii rrii- 
\ . iv in, (.mi. lia . 
Wlmldsli. M. I... til-. ■.. 
Winn, I.ellu 



POST-Ol i-ii'k. P \ 1 BOM 

-\ 1 III M r. .1. 1!, I 'nvin. 

. H10..UII. Id. Mi>-iiirl.Mr. .1. .1. (rain. 
Ley Mr. M. T. < much. 

Tunnel mil Mr. Fielding Hemlatar. 

W1.11. 1 Ity, Taxa*.. Mr. W. T. George. 

. w i.l.M ■;. Mr. .1. Q, ll.'unl. 

Dadeville, Manama Mr. v.. w. Heard. 
. .CoTlngton . Mr.J.F. Henderaon. 

MillcdireMllc Mr. ii. W. H.dlln-heii.l. 

Turin It.v. .1. B> IIiiiiiiIcu:i. 

. . UxiriuiiEi' Mr. 1. T Ji.Iiiis.iii. 

I. in. Mile, Alal.illiili. !•.. M. II. ; 
l.lncvillc. Alabama. In. M. D. LI lea 
Wliilc sulphur Bp'gaMlM E. It. Tucker. 
Dadeville. Alabama Mr. Rrastns OICeaL 

IiiIiviTi- Mr. .1. A. Ii. Stewart. 

!.ii( Iran.. ' '..I. B. ii. S\t ansiiii. 

ram. -\ III. Dr. J. H. Tucker. 

Iia.levllle, Ahil.iiina Mr. II. M. WiN.u,. sr. 
Villa Hie. ... Mr. J. .1. Velvln. 

(Ireehvlllc . . Mr.J.T. Wlmblnh. 

Bartwell . Mar. w. M. Winn. 



SOPHOMORE (I. Ass. 



llnxtcr. Annie F.. 

Btrdcoag, Maude 

Ulllkc. .lellllle C 

Boyd, salllc S. 

r.ia.iicv, c. Lamina 
1 'a\ i~. Roaa 1. . 
m-MiiiiiiiiImih, Ledra 

1 -1. B, M. Alice 

HiMli. 
Foator, JennJ. 1 

llarr. II, Kuniile 

Hollinahead, Fannie 
mllaaiMt, Marj H 

Ule, Juliet 

M T.I. Nettie. ... 
West. Kill 111 

V\ hilc, Mll.lrc.l II 
Wilklnwjn, R 



Kliiert.iii 

Ma.vuVM 

Marietta, 1 ii.llan Tir. 
.. WasliliiKtun . 

Flora, Mladeatopl.. 

I.ai.i'ltnirt' 

LaGraaga 

I'lilim-tl.i. 

— LaOraaga 

New 1 irteaae, i.a 

1 'uiiuiiliii: 

II MlllcUcMlle . 

l.aiiraiutc. 
IjHininiff 

I.lldranec. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
I'.Ibcrtuii. 

LaOraaga. — 



Hev. .1. II. Baxter, 
Mr. K. F. lUnlm-iix. 
Mr. .M. lllak. 
Mr. T. W. Id.y.l. 
Mr. A. II. lira.llev. 
Mr. ('. N. huvis. 
Mr. J. 1>. lalinuiulwin. 
Mr I. M. Ilopkinv. 
(apt. W. s. BVBM 

lir. Ibaetoaa rettit. 

Mi Newton Harrell. 
Mr. <i. W. HoIlinM. ml. 
Mr. J. la. Tondlnaon. 

\I. A. TiiKgle. 
Mr. Frank Ward. 

Iir. AiiMin Wei, 
Mr. T. H. While. 

lira. J. C. WUklaaoa. 



14 



UGRA5GE I KM All . OLLXOB. 



FKKSH.M AN CLA88. 



rii-li.. 

Hush, K. May 

c :il.|»vll. Willi.. M .. 
Mekbuon, >!• la V ... 
Heiirj . Annie (i.. 

Hl.x, Jill':, m 

Iivin. K hi:!'-... 

Jobnaoa, Annie E. 

.Iiilinsiin,! 'Ian. M_. 
Martin. Klla toil 

/I'hillip*. T. B 

Mary Loo 
H.-vn. .LI., AaattB. 
H|alllnu», MaruutiH.. K... 



POBT-OI 

.. lt.KHVll ... 

W'.illV I 'll>.T.-\:i- 

Irange 

TMaton, ■ i 
...Cfawflah Spring. 

[f .Orange 

Atlanta. 

. . . ItOIIII . . . . 

LaOfBBfi 

l.iiijniiive. 
W. M l'olm 

Bam 

..iSrlmn. 



t \ i BOM. 
Mr-. K. V. Bttsh. 
Mr. W. II. I iil.lw.ll. 

Mi. I', m. Dteklaaoa. 
. apt. B P in nrjr. 

Mr. W. 1>. lllx 
Mr. A.. I. Irvln. 

But. T. i.. Morgan. 
M n, B l. Jobnaon. 
Mr. W.Q. B Martin. 

.Mr. A. It. Phillip* 

Mr. w. \. r... r. 
lira M. a. RajraoMa, 
Mr,. M. I. Btalltnga, 



Bailey, Mi» ude L. ... 
■Brady, 11. M 

Iuiiis.111, Pearl. 

K.limril«, Mrs. II \i 

lirulih, !.|,i .\ 

Jenkins |.|i;i | 

xii'.ltli. l, u ,-|a 
Xixma in m 



IHHEGILAH PUPILS. 

■•..taflfmi Mrs M.fr Kml.rj. 



I-Hirunge 

.U\v,.|,«[, vv |||,. 

.la..„r 

M- >l.im 

■ Molina 

i 
.BoaweM 



Mr. U.K. Brady. 

Mr. J. K. Dtinaoa. 

H.v. I'M. Rdwmrdi 
Mi- * >•' OmW». 

Mia, M a. .1. uktii-. 
Mr. M. I.. smith. 



1 ■"'>• Mi- H. K... 
Bt», HI...... 

v Jilllll... 
•ianlii.T, m 
HarrU. .l.uu.,.i. -,i 
Hut.-lilt.,,,,;, K'ai,- 
J.ilinwii,, K. \| ;il 

Ki'iiey,.i»ii u p 

^ll'-phrnl. |, 

Mil!'.!,. A: 

Ward. I.uli,. 

W»hw>e»d, Ban 
wiikiw..,,,. Itteala B 
'A'.H.t r..n. K«—u 



SPECIAL PUPILS. 



• ..Jaoimoiivlll.. Kla 

iflraam 

Tunnel Hill. 
<•«%.- Sprint; 

CaaaaUag . . 

J" ir^.., A iaii;,,.,,, 

l.al,r;ii iL .. 

Ua3faaa* 
LaOtaaat 
Boeial Clrcli ... 

Ha li'iul 

I u( Irani!.-. 

Bat hal i (,,.,, 

I.atir. 

intact on, 



1 apt, ' i . \,i..m~ 

Mr. II.K.i'ary. 
I>r. .1. !'. ( Icni.-i.i- 
Mr. T. J. Ha 
Mrs. li. i:. (inr.lii.T. 

.'•"iv M. \. lint, hin., ,M. 
Mr. J T. Johnson. 
I'r.C. II. Kl.ll. jr. 
Mr. J.i i. BtMptM ii 

s. II 

H.-ir. 

Mr. (;. W. M.w 'l,!l.-ti..|i.|. 

Mra l.C. Vftlklnaaa. 

Mi. \. .). i .. \ land. 



i a'.i:\\<;i; i km.w.t: college. 



15 



1 'Kill »ARATI >RY 1 )i:i 'ARTMENT. 



Intermediate Classes. 



I'l'i-M.. 

Bird, Lata Beth 

1 »i)Il-. I'uik 
EdmundMOi I 
Hardeman, Haggle. 

Jurrell, Willi. • 

MePariln, Minnie. 
tioaty, Ida 

.V'h.iv, Minnie 

Robeiteoa, N.il 
Behmb, Mettle 

Sniltli. Mi.ner 

Bwiodall, Uaggte 
Traj lur, Kior.'i.c a . 
White, KniMiM.. 
Voang, It'ivji 



SIXTH ORA1 

N>«T*01 i I' i.. 
Lai Imoge 

I li!|.l. v.. 

LaOmoge — 

Haddoek'a. 

Lai image, 
. Lai Image 
Lai Image 
Lai image 
Lai Image . 
LaOmage 

. Itixwcll 

LaOmage 

Trinity. Aliibiumi. 

Lei Image 
LaOmage 



P \ I IMV. 

Mr. A.C. Bird. 
Mi'. Virgil Imllis. 
Mr, I I'. Bdmundaoa. 
■ Dr. J'.ii ii iliiril.'inan. 
H. v. A. .1. Jttrrt-tt. 
Mnj. U. s. M.Fmlln'. 
Mi-.. M. A. Monty. 
Mrs M. A. Monty. 
Mr J. I.. K.ilnrlMiii. 
Mr. .1. 1.. s.-lmiih. 

Mr. Archibald Smith. 

Mr. s. I'. lViiiilnirt.m. 
Mm M. t, Truylor. 
Mr. Tn\ lor White. 
Mrs. S. K. Vomit:. 



FIFTH URADE. 



Hiitley, Hi my 

1 'ooner, Fiorine . 
Edmoodaon, /koala 
fevagaj, wiia.. ... 
Miirtin, Annie May 
Muri>ln.\. Hlum be 
TomUoson, Roaa 
Toggle, Ham 

Turner, Krnnk 

Whituk.r, Km,-.. 

WoMa, Boom 



ley. Mary. 

BradfioM, joJla 

I liuppl.-. K.stelle 

i otter. Jaaate. 
Dtekiaooo, Kmlly. . 

Heard, .lellllte I 

Huntley. I..II11 
Turner, Alio.- 



Lai Imnge 

I. ill .! 

Clyde LaOmage.. 

— i.ni Image 
LaOmage. 
LaOmage. 

— LaOmngi 
LaOmage 

— Lai o i 
LaOrauge., 
LaOmage 



Mrs. m. k. Bmbry. 
Mr. .1. N. C o o p er , 

Mr. .J. 1>. Kiliuiiiiilsoii. 

i apt. \v. s. Kvims. 

Mr. \V.<i. s Martin. 
Mr. ii. W. Murphey. 

Mr. j. m. Tomllnann 

. Mrs. M.A.TukuI . 
Jodga \V. \V. Turner. 

Hon. T. II. Wliltak.r. 
Mr. Tuylor Wliiie. 



FOURTH GRADE. 

LaOmage Mr- B, U Baaator. 



I hi Image 
I. in Image 
Lai Irauga 
i.ih Iraoge 
Lai Image 
I. in Image 
LaOmage 



Mr. K. It. lirn III. Id. 
I>r. .1. A. Cfeagajto 

Mr. \V. | Cotter. 
Mr. K. M. ni.klnaon. 
Mr. a. i. Board, 

Kev.W. II. Ht.i.Jley. 

Judge W. w. Tamer. 



16 



i v.i:\\-<;e kkmai i: COIXXOX. 



Primary Classes 



TH1K1> GRADE. 



pri'ii.. 
-T? DalHn, Clam 

ImllK Wnlt.T.. 
inni-mi. Bm 

I. .'I', i iiiiriM.v 
SleClnra, Hortenat! 
■•Man, Kimupil. 
~?Tiii<Kl<'. Ni'ttl.'.. 
Wl!ll«. sum 



I'. .SI -Ol | [< I 

inge 

LaGrangc 
LaGranfe ... 

rage 

l.,l. ittiliv-. 

I .Ml irilllKf 

. IjiOnucL'i 



Mr. I.. W. Ihillis. 
Mr. 1.. W. Imllls. 

Mr. «). A. Dunaoo. 

Mr. \V. II . I . - 

cnpt. W. .1. Mil 'lore. 
mim Kiiimw- Morgan. 

Mrs. M. A.'li;. 
...Mr. <i.s. Willi.. 



SECOND GRADE. 



f 



ly, Bailie. 

, Ijiui-.'. 
Ctepple, OHn . .. 
r. Robed 

DSWBpOCt, \lv:in 

loion, Kola.. 

Evans, 'I'm, mil. . 
Hiiinl, lurry 
>Iii :iiii.', Mary 
Prliltly, KoU-rl. 

Tujiglc. Kuth 



I.mli 

Ijlfilr: 

IDgV, 

LminiiFK'- 

anga 

IjlGl 

I .!'* • iii i mi-. 

LaGrange 
LaG range 
LaQ range. 



Mr. II. K. Brady. 

Mr. II. K. i 

lir. I. V. Uhnppli'. 

Mr. ,1. K.£oop»r. 
...Mr. A. N.Uav.niHitl 

Mr. r. M HI. -kill",,, 

. < apt. W. Hi K\ 

...Mr. \..l IJ. ; 

Dr. W. I'. M.( 

Mr-. Alilln rtllM] . 

Mr. .1. UBcbasb, 
Mr-. M. A. Toggta. 



KIKst GRADE. 



Ciiiiiirnii. Hnllli' 
<'*ry, Alice . 

<<«i|KT. Maiflfll 

DiiIIIn Mar 

.Illll.'S, YV.- 

Nl\. Julia 

t:< hi. i.inii. 
Wbttc,CMbM 



lai Iranitt-. 
ange, 
taflraagi 
1..H h 

'iirliTuvlllc. 
l.i'i knags 
baQfaaga 



Mi. It. II. Cameron. 
Mr. U.K. Ciiry. 

Mr. .!. K.Coopar. 

Mr. I.. W. D.illl*. 
■■ . \ P. Jottaa. 
... Mrs. Bogenla Nix. 
Mr. .1. n. it, I.I 
\|: TUrtot Whit.-. 



! VGH \ she i i \i \i i: < <ii i.ki;i:. 



17 



ELOCUTION (I. Ass. 



Bailer, Man*! 

Rfl Kti 

Bell, Ira 
Btrdsong, M ■ ' i >•!• 

Boyd Halite 

\ . LorrnliM 
ly, Maj 
Caldwell, Willie 



Bell, An ale 

i. ., , 

Brandy, Mini 

Id, I'. m1< 
Itanli ;. K 



Dat is. Rom 
Dunson, P( art 
HMiuundson, I ■ 

I •■ p, A II.-.- 

Et ana, Kutli 
Poster, -I.-ii 1 1 i. 
:i -. Addle 
ii, Pantile 
Holllnshead, Pannle 



Jobnaon, i 'tan 
Reynolds, Annie 
Tomlinaon, Mary 

.-. .hillet 

W ird, Kettle 
West, K.iith 
White, Mildred 
Wilkinson. Katie 



TEACHERS' (LASS. 



Edwai I-. Mr- 1 1 M. 
i Iravee, Clars 
Cirubb, Mil 
Beater, Mamie 
Jenkins, l.lla 



I .i-i . Pearl 

Smith. Minni. 

Ward, Lulu 
Wilkinson, Minute 



XI i rsiC 1 >KI 'ARTMENT, 



a, Orsce 
Atkinson, Roaa 

Bell, DumU 
Bli ong, Maude 
ante 

- .'ii, 
lirinlli \ . 1 ,4. rvalue 

BnuiUy, Mini 
Brotberton, i "a ruin 
Bash, May 
Caldwell, Wiiiu- 
Covin, Jennie 
Craln, Banti 
< 'roach, Li 
la ti Maggie 
■ ii, Pearl 
Edmundaoa, I.- 
Edwards, Mrs. l>. M, 
r.ms. .1,-nii!, 
Eaten, Alice 

ulster, Mattta 
Poster, .1, nuie 

Mra ii r 



I. Pi WO. 

< ... ,!-_.-. Nlll'l, 

i inn, s, i liiru 

Hardwtek, i.niiiie 
Hal ri~. Joseph 
rd Georgia 
Heard, Hettte 

llnrilt -num. Ma| 

ii, nry, Aonta 
Hester, Mantle 
H in. Julia 
Holllnahend, Pantile 

llimnh-un. luhi 
I iiiir.mi. NiM t\* 
Janklna, l.lla 
Johnson, Annie 
Johnson, Clara 

Jones. Willie 

Lee, Pearl 

Mulsh. Kuih 
McOehee, M 
McLaughlin, Ada 
v. tiii. Liaste 
O'Neal, him. 

ii. ou(; w. 

Hodges, suiii, 



Poer, Marj 
Shepherd, Little 
shermiiii. Mantle 
Slinril. Col lime 
Minis, i lUtdys 
Smith, Clair* 
smith. Li 
smiih. Min mi 
S|„ti> , I'm, 

Stalling*, Marguerite 

Slewnrl. .1 

,-,,ii. Haggle 
Tucker, Lbule 
Velvtn, Looella 

Wanl. Kettle 

While, li'ienii 
Whitehead, D ilah 
West, i i i t !■ 

Wl .in son. Ml 
Wilson, i arrli- 
Wilson, I'.mm-i ■ — 
Wlmbtab, I o 

n, Maggie 



Atkinson, Rosa 
Baxter, Annie 



III. VOICE CULTURE. 

Btnlth, M. l>. 

smith. Htunis 

S|„ n\ . I'm, 



i, Joseph 
Hi i,i. Mettle 
Henderson, Klorrle 



1* 



I. A'. K W.I I KM VLE i "I I C. I . 



Brady, May 

Briiutlv. Mirs 
I rain. Bast 
■dwarfs, Mr*. D, U 

Kit mister, Mattie 

Foster, Jennie 
Gardner, Mary 

Qeoran, Addle 

:.ra 
Hardwiek, I^juIIi- 



Hodges, Halite 
Hollinsnead, Pannli 
Johnson, U 

Left, pearl 

iiN, ..,:. II . 

Ridley, JoUa 
Robertson, Aim. 
Shepherd, UUIe 

Smith. > la] 
Smith, H. M. 



irt. .Illli;! 

Nwanson ■' 
rucki ■■ i 
w .11.1. Kettle 
Whii. -h. ad, l> . 
Wllllngh im, '■! 
Wilson, I .1 rri. • 
•i. Emma 



Atkinson, Rosa. 
Brunt ly. Mini 
Col in. .1. nni.. 
Berdasr, Mar) 

QeorgB, A.l.li. 
<i' •.vi.w.i'inrn 



IV. HABMOVY. 

Ingram, v 

J.dlllsi.n. Mi; 
.'.hi. Willi,. 

Mar ;. Uasie 

SlliMll. II. M. 



smith. Miniii,' 
Tn.-ki'i : 
V.-l\ in. l.,,ii.||ii 
Whii, 'lii'ii.l. Im-i" 
Wilkinson, Minnie 



Alk.'ii. iiriwre 
Atkinson. H 
B;.\t. r. Annie 

Hi ;;. Hassle 
Btrasoos, Maode 
Blake, Jennie 

"MllliC 

Bradley, I/irtTliie 
Brady. Ma) 
Brotherton, I'nrill.. 

Bosh, May 

■"II. Willi.. 

Orate, Bessi.. 

inm.-li. [,ne> 
I Mm, Mangle 

DoMen, I'.ari 

K.IiiiiiiiiIm,,,. 

Edwards, Mn d. M. 

Vie.- 

l-'i. truster, Mattie 



V. THKOK\ 

Poster, .i.-iiiii.. 
Hardwiek, Umlie 
Harris, Jo 

Heard, 

1 1 

KL.rrli- 
Hester, Minnie 
His. .lulia 
Bodges, Ball't 
HolUnshead, I'. 
Ilniuilentt, In!,, 

Jenkins, '.iih 
Jofeneon, Annie 
Johnson, Clara 

I • ■ I'eurl 

Marsb, Batt 

Meliel,,, . ||, 

M. I.auKlill.i. \,|., 

II •N.nl. U| 

Poer, Kan 



Robertson, Anne 
BbeptM r.l. Utile 
Khennan, Mamie 

"■"li'irll. r.irlnne 
*ims. ( Had 
'.. Claire 

Smith. I.uela 
ftpurrj . I mi 

mailings. Margin 
art, .1'iiin 

Win'- 1. N.'Itl,- 

Wi it, Edits 
Willi.-. Banna 

Wllll'iKlialn Mi. 
Wilson, i arrli' 
Wilson, Emma 
w imbish, Louise 
Wootten, W 



VI. SHiHT-SIN<;|\<i. 



iteen, Chase 

Ar.,,,1,1, Muttle 
Atkinson. Ko«4 
Ballsy, Man, I, 
Blister, Annie 

BaanrhtMB, Myrtle 

Hell, Annie 

Bel!, i 
Bird, Una 

*g, Maude 



liilll.li. 1. 1:, 
ilar.lei,,.,., I 
H.ir.hHek. i. 

Ham :i i ■ ,,,„. 

Ham-. I... 

Heard, Qeorgia 

Heard. Hi I 

"en. I. "-.„,. Klorrie 

Henry. Annie 

Better, I • 



!:• | 'i.il.U, Annie 
.(..i.i rtMin. Ann.' 
Robertson, Hell 

lib, Mat!!.. 

fthrpnard. UUIe 

sin Tin. iii, Mamii 

Corinne 
films, i Had) - 
Bmlth, I 

smith 0. I 







I M.ltAS'.K. KKMAl.i: ' "| | .l.i.K. 



19 



Boyu, - 

In, Lad) 
rlradli j . Lorralm 

■ 

Brotherton, Pai 
Bush, Maj 

l 

nt«, RKj 

I ..V ill, .li llllli' 

i Bessie 
belli*, Park. 

u 

II. I', :ll I 

Kdmundaon, Ledra 
Edtnundaon, l."i ■ 
D. M 
I>, Alio 

r> an*, Ruth 
I bemlster, M 
. Jennie 

< . . I'Iim i Mat] 
■Mi,. 
< im.i «. I lura 



Hlx.Julla 
Hodges, ttalUo 
llolllnabead, Fannie 
Holllhsheari, Walton 
Hunnlcutt, lula 
I ngram, Newtle 
Irvln, i 

II, Willi'- 
I, l.ila 

Johnson, Annie 
johnaon, ' *lara 
Johuwin, Mottle 

I. ,11. 1, Willi.- 

' . , i 

Idles, \i laona 
I. in-.. Mont 
Marsh, Ruth 
Martin, KU.-i 
MeGehee, Mania 
MeLaughlln, Ada 
MerrtU, I.. 
Mnoty, Ida 

Moot) M mill,' 

• ('Seal, Hlxle 
Pw , . ! 



smith. K. B, 
smith. I.. ]'. 
smith. I. una 
Smith. Mmicr 

smith. Minnie 
S|M-rr>. I'tui 
shillings, Marguerite 
swan-nn. m , 
switiihiU. Maggie 
Tomllnaoo, Mary 
i i:i\ lor, Florence 
Tn, k.-r. LlBsle 
Tuggle, -1 1 1 1 1. - 1 
Vclvln, Looalla 

Will il. Ni'ttii- 

West, IMrtli 

Whiti-iii ■;«!. DaJate 
Wmrtnsoa, Kattc 
Wilkinson, Minnie 
Wlltlngbam, Minnie 
Wilson, Carrie 
Wilson, Emma 

Wilih. l.iihi 

WiHitti-n. Mag| 
Tonne, Rosa 



,\KT i )K1 'AKTMhXT. 



Arnold, Mattle 

tt. 1. 1. la 
tly, M ifii 
Caldwell, Willie 
i lemeuta, Rio 

I i.-ui, -i i . I.iitu 
Kdmuwlson, LedTu 



Mill. 

Jennie 

< 'hnppte, I -h lie 
Clements, Rio 

i -..it. i I, 

I . i : , 1 1 ; 1 1 , i - > > 1 1 l.i-.lni 

Bell, .'■ 

.1,'inii, 
Chappie, Kstelle 

" ,,t.-i . Ji 

n.u-,1, in. hi m 



I. Oil.. 

i leorge, Addle 

i wick. I.' iii lit- 
Harris, Jost ph 
HolUnabsad, Walton 
n utchlnaon, R 
Johnaon, Clara 
Johnaon, N 

II. ( lt\VO\, 

Kills, 1,-iunt 
Rvana, Mi 
Hardeman, Mat 
1 1 rdwiok, I.uiillr 
Henr) , Am 
Holllnshead, Walton 

III. CHABOOAL. 

Harris, Jo* 
Henr) Annie 

McParUn Mlnni. 
. Minnie 

l'.., i . Mar) 



Khephi i,l. I. Mm 
simrll. t 'oriniie 
Sim-, i r!ad)n 
smith. CtatM 
Smith. Mi- I B. 
Smith, M. D. 
Wniitti ii. M 



Hutchinson, Kut<- 
Moot] . Minnie 

si-hiini,. M:ii i !• 
Shi-pin ril. I.lili, 
Smith. I iii-ui 
Wlmblxh, liOUlne 



si-i.imh. Lower 
lb, Mattle 
Hmlth, 1 - 
tula 

w ■ -. i-:, lit., 

Winil l-h. LoUlM 



I.All; ..S..I. i I.MAI 1 I ..| I.Kcl . 



BdW'tl, Llil.l 

daaaato. Kin 



Arnold, MhIII.' 
Raxter. Annli 
illake, Jennie 
itH, Rll) 



IV. l'OKTK VITl UK. 

Kviiii-.. Maggie RutCblOtOD, Kate 

Harihvick. Loullc 

V. SKKT( iii\<;. 

K\an*. Mangle 
Hiinlt-innti, Ml 
Hiirilwlek. l/<iull< 

siniiii. Ctetra 



ii. M. |i. 

I '.ill Hi 

WlinMati Louise 



Commercial ] n-.i 'Artment, 






1 Hen. timet 
Hntntly. Mira 
linitluTio!!. Pantile 
Itanlel, Kate 
Um, Maggie 
Kviina, Majgie 
• •roves, -'lain 
Hanlwlrk. 1/mlie 
M tl t ir, Maim.' 



HikIu.-s, gallic 
Ingram, Efewtte 

Jenkins, l.lla 
IWM, Willie 
I • . I 'earl 
Mamh, Ruth 
Mit.i'iiei-, Mamie 

Mr'.am'hli! 



Bobertaon, Anne 

Slmril. ( 'urlinie 

-UN-. (..'a. Its 

Smith, CUttn 
Sinltli. Minnie 
MovaJI, Connie 
WtHtngfeain, Minni. 
w Kaon, Emma 






INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. 

I. DRESS- M AKIXO. 



Omenta, Rio 
F.wter, Senate 
Hnrreil, Fannie 



Henry. Annie 
Hiillmslieacl. Wu||. ,n 
.iiihii-Min. Ainu, 



Snillll. A; 

WIim.- Emma 



H. TY!»E-WIUTIX,;. 

Kv "" vRl,t " "■■» Mm* J.,i,n,-.„..-i..n. 




LAGR am.K II M Ul ■ OLLBGE. 



lil 



s« 



rnmai^- 



.1 < i ri i ■ • I" ClSM 

Hophi 'in"!'' ClaM .... 

Prenhman Claw. 

I II'. . ',!:,! PuplU. 

ftpedal l'upiu . 

Preparatorj Department... 

Pupil* lu Music nnd Art, not Inetodeii above. 

Elocution > 
Teachers' Clssn 

M ■ -ii Dbpab in isr:— 
Phmm 

i tress 

Voice Culture 

Hani j 

rii.-.n 
-iciii-sii.i.'iiii: 

AHT D] NT: — 

00 

I'myo'i . . 

I'liurcoal 

Portraiture 

•liiiii! 

( mi mkki ; \i. hi-.r kmnn 

il. Ih i \ 1.1 m i nt: — 

Hiwi Mali lug 
Tj -pe-Writing. 



Recapitufaticn. 



a 
is 

H 



.li., 2R) 



I 11 



ENROLLMENT I fSfRU S| >~ 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT Am |>1 m i n t— n e * lim ln a tl W 

ART DEPARTMENT Rs b*b*1 oosslsd twin +i 
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT 

STATES REPRESENTED: A IriOTM, riiiilss, Osstgta, ' — '-frr. M 

SJ >uth Carol! ,n.i Indian Territory. 



,\..l IKM U.I. I "I,! | ,,1 



Course of Study. 



Preparatory Dei artmen 



Primary Class* s. 



F1KST <il{ VIH2. 

I!KAr>I\(i.— A|)|'lfton»"i linn. BoteiMi'a Ftwl 

iirlli'iilntloi, tad |.timl.iui ... (rttb \v..il ii.-lh 

larwttditatrodaclng phonic uml literal n.. M....N. 

M , KI.!.IX<..-\v,,r.|.. In r- ->.. l • t . _■ - , . — , ■ -. bj «ouud nnd I. it. i \\ 
s.-rip: Bpnner. 

AKIT[I.MKTI>-.-AiMltl..i,.si,i.!r:„- „,„. nmltlplinitir.ii.i.n.l .in I- .,.,>. 

- IBaanted bj object* un.i num. -mi rnuii, 

WiiITIX(,.-s,-rl|.l w.irk..| r. ID, Mcrtpl H| | |-,„- 

*Ji»wwth'« Trw 

mi ci;. i, 1.11,1 hiarkbuHnl. 



■COli) <;k \in.. 

Ki:\I.IN,..-n.,: 

piem 

tnuulit. 
M'KI.UX.. 

«.'Hk. 1U..1, II,-. , III!, -,„...,.■. S . rtp 

bbrgvlttoM.>Mi,„,| 
AK " rul,,. ttv 

" U,n ,' rdhml ,«,.„,». ,, 

, ","'"' """'"■ ''"I'll'." 



it worth 



MUD OKADE. 

UKAI.IV,, 

WIUFm Numi*.-. ,|,i,„,i 









I M.i: \ v.i: I I.M M I. COLL] 28 

I 1 iteri i km liate Classes, 



FOURTH BRADS. 

od n«e ,.i word* 
fuJIj tnui 
HYuiEXE.- < hild'n Hi Hi l ! nwr, Kattrftadi I \,, :. 

8P1 : ■' 1Ji i bj tetter. M mini: m 

vvi.nl- Utiuchl bj am 
«.i; \ mm lit. IV .i nn.l (Cell 

■ ming. 
LEITHMETIl -Hauford'H Common HcImm] to compound numbers, ivin- 

DKiKiKAPHl „i>i.,r.\, ipleted. Map-drawing 

WRITING Ippli i-.:.-.' Mode] Copy- Book. 



FIFTH «;i{\iu:. 

READING.— MooteltlTe Science tm i t r . Proper po 
l< ii. iinil pronunciation necured. 

HPK> '•' N ' «** >', ,„-.|- .j.,.11,., | llfrallvmul |.hun|,- H |lv 

UBAMMAI K'«OrMM ; mpleted and reviewed. 

•writing. 

ARITHMETIC . -, „■,(•. Common School to proportion. 

|.Ki »« . l ; p-drawing 

U KIl'INi, 



SIXTH <;k \|)|;. 

Kl. \iu SO.— H t pedal ,lrin in i,, 

flection, ijunlltj . ami smpo 
I m, 

" H VMM Hlfb< i EnfHafc log Ml . 

ARITHMETli • I'oramonN I completed u 

'■I '"■!: win l: ; . in. »•» Complete nnjabed and iwi. m 
:.\TI.\ —Collar and Danlell'a Beginner'* Latin Book. 
WRITING.— Model Copy- Bosk. 

Ill III..- 



Ime, pitch, in- 



Coi i egiate Department. 



FREMHM \N < I. \ss. 



I \ v . . i Word Lemon* 

Uriinun 

- 

H \T:li MATICH U a bra. 

'.'iiniiiir ... . 

■ Mr 

I. HTHIC -The Coi 

l>RILLH ! !'':i"iii 



Pbj - 






Reed 

— Ku-t-'li-hiii 

MaaJord 

IllTI 

Allen an. I i Ireenoiurh. 

Allen an. I I 

Ippletou 



i i m \n: < mi 



SOPHOMORE < I. \ss. 

, Spelling— Word Lnwona 
LANGUAGE Elocution 

' U wgoM in Bngltab 

RIBTOR1 -Mwiioioiry.. 

MAT, 

-Botany 

( vtntu- 

oero— uratton* ^ 

I I'rowConijMmitioii 

\<>< U. MI'Sll' -Til. COBQI 
DRILLS jP^'J 



I i. I,, i 

Lii'liv | 

. \\ • niM.irlli 

W Mil M-.'||, 

Kt< • I) - \\ 
A)>' 



.ll'MOK CLASH. 



LA NOV VOE ' K » H '"i»»K— Word Aiih'vm- 

' • l; . ■ : 

HIBTOHT.-Genwal H l»torj 

M " K ' PUlOMa*?. 

•MATH KM 1 

' lritfoijoiiii !ry 

H Wl KAL- Hvirlom 

LATIN ,, 

' I row ( '«iii|KiKitioii 

DRILL8 
OWIONAI 



L'rown 



-!•: 



cutlon, l 



K< limit v. 

M 

i 

irnrth 

Kin iih. 

■iii:l. 
A 

I 



KXIOB (LASS. 

I.Wi.l y. , tun . 

Uapaan 

MEXTAI 

■ORAL 81 !l'\ : . , t.). 

■«■ Si 1 * 

.... MnilKqnv 

- N kTORAl 

«■ ilrv 

w. Ml HI| ._, rm . 
Mill 

optional srn.iKH p, 

''" '-XM.MMno.1.. 

""ll|«»llioli. .,,„[ |lhfl|| 



Raul 

llu.l-i.i, 

ttlt l.lxvlll 



1.. v||. 










I.A«.l;\M.K l i:\i.\i.i, COLU 25 

\I i [SIC J )l :i 'ARTMENT, 



This department offers a thoroogh ooone in theory. mm-uI 
nstrnmcntal maatc. The teaeheri is charge are eminently 

qualified for tin respective positions, having hn<l a<l\air 

<■!' the beal ooaeervatory training . Tim airtthoai employed art 

those need by the beal instructors of American and European 
rvatoriea, We invite atteirtioa to the graded oaanaaa of 
study given beioir. The thne required to complete a curse in 
any brand <>t' music will be determinedly the pupil's previoni 
attainment*, ami by bat rate of progress a- .1. pendent on tal- 
ent ami fadmtry. 

i. WlUTi 
I ttder theory is included notation, thorough-hass, harm. my. 
neonntica, fagne, etmrrterpeit, ami n^mwetramon. Theory is 
kept in advance of eaw o at aoa that each step may he intelli- 
gently taken. Time greater pi tttemed. Unneenrat 
i> ideatieai with that ..f the He* Bagfaaai Chmssrvatery. In- 
»t ruction is ghrea />" . 

Damn* ot Nlmij in Tli«'or>. 

FIRST GRADE 

J'"> Matte. Part 1. 

S'otatjoti and ruilliiinitun prin. -ij... 
-.■«. 

SECOND GRADE 

Palmer'* ] | trt II. 

. minor, and onromatte wmli 

a* iiimI Hi. ii ISTerstoas. 

N I ltl.ll . \, Ml- - 

THIRD GRADE • 

■ I - Til, -..ii c..ni|.|. :.■<! mill r.'Vi. w. . I 

FOURTH GRADE. 
• ■ in. ■ins.. t Harmony. 
I ry*i Additional i 

FIFTH GRADE 
Morgan , 
heotMMea, 

SIXTH GRADE 

.'. ..I Harmon; 1 1 

Baa^BB 



16 



I IGBAX.l FHMAI.l i "I I 



II. HINTOKY <>l Ml s|< . 

After tin- tliinl grade, t hr<ni<_r}n .ut the oourae, pupils are 
retimed to read, under ih<- ttarhet"- direct! n, biographies of 
the wasters, and otLer musical literature f'upili have aooes* 
to the heal musical journals. 

III. IM VNO-I OIJTI.. 

Particular attention i- paid t" techniqm throughout the 
course. In order to attain c irr.-ct position and touoh, pupils 
are first taught to play ll -uv. With increasing itreagth an. I 
flexibility, rapidity of execution is required and the desired 
reached /.'/<*<//</</' playing is \n ■< ■••■ li iii\ required, 
ami monthly r liti.J. Each week poplin meet • • 

.tive teachers for lecturer and etam • PiflW 

pupil- mttM complete the first t hie. in tbeofj 

Tho-< rapleting the fourth grade in theory and the fourth 

grade in piano- forte wiii re. ■ in instrument*! 

■"■* Ti '"-< iiipletiiit: the entr ■ in theory and 

piano forte will receive a dijtfoma. 

Canne of Html} in l*iitiio-I ort«-. 

FW6T GRADE 
KMhkir, »\>.2*l, Vol. I. 1...... ,,..r: 

- ami ftngfl 

SECOND (MADE 
K '- : V„|. |I, |„ m . r „ , 

Major ..ml htOTMMfc mn,.pr • 



But h 
Major. 



THIRD GRADE 
" ! ' '" ' i, i>|. * 



FOURiH GRADE. 

FIFTH GRADE 

II. 

• ••lUIIHK'il. 

Mmi» tufl 

''■" '' ~' M , ■ 






LA ,UA Mil 1 I.M.vI.i I ul.l I ■: 



61X1 H GRADE. 

I 

rontluund 

U ■ ' ■ - . >\ ■■ ■ '■• ■ r*| pin, Kulilu 



IV. YIOMV 

This branch i- taughl by the mn-i approved methods. The 
course <>[' stndi ilen, finger exerohnng, correct 

bowing, etc. ; Meaning ndeu's, :in-l Kbt'rhartV Studies; 

■ ,,.<■ nil'lt playing with piano ami cornet : solos, duets, etc 
from best n misusers. Pupils famish their oarn instruments 

>. (OKVKT. 

I'd those desiring it. cornel will be taught by so experienced 
teacher Text-book, Arban's Complete School for Comet, 
with original mM playing. 

\ i. <ik<; \N. 

hkftmctioo i>n tin- pipe-organ will l»e given by ■ graduate 
"i the Vu England Consort at oxy. The oourae includes 
voluntaries, preludes, interludes, and modulation. Studies of 
Whiting, Thayer, and Baptiste arc used. Cabtnel organ will 
also In* taught. Those completing this oourae will l> 
fitted to take charge of choir and church music. 

Ml. sh;ht-sin<;i\<;. 

Tin- is a prnmiani feature of the institution. Every pupil 

in tin Ilegiate departraenl has the advant i thorough 

c luree in vocal music. Thi- enables her. without the aid of 

ta io-ition-ir 

that oonrse io sight-singing make more rapid and intelligent 
progress in voice culture a- well a* piano. We believe thai 
pupils |n>- the power of speech and a£ appreciation of 

ly may leara to sing ordinary n naic intelligently. The 
aim of tin- (lepartmeDl i- to develop among our pupil- a 
musical taste and ability. Ti without extra charge, 

Night-winging, fundamental principle-., glees, church music. 
choruses, i- well as harmonv. are tauchl i/"i/i/. 



J* 1.a.;j:a\..i; FSMA1 I 

( ours*' of Stud.* in Klfflit-Sinijint. 

FIRST VEAR 
LenJlt'V UiMlcaU'hitrt. KuimIiiII mnl 

Ni.tlltioli. Mii.mr. in I 
F.ar-tralnlng. Wrlttii 

SECOND VE»R 

LwlirV Crows a B 

■Marie* of rudiment*. Written 

Churcli .;iusi( , Induiltiis liymr.. 

Ckanmm akeM turn aandMd ■ ., 

vni. vim i: (i in 1:1:. 

Only experienced instructors of broad maaioil o&meti 
employed in this department . The teaehen in ok .■ 
graduates of America's Wat oonservaf. II, . 

I >ld Italian method is ami. Bil 
is the basis of good tone as well as oj beaten, breathing 

lessons are given throughout ihe oaanw. Sake ■ad fa 
tones do not constitute sinking, j ■„ .; * 

■ cuIturt,—Boi |o learn, parrot-like, a Eew be anas 

eal thought of which neither pupil ,„„- loaofcar mrinhllia. 
Instruction is given in vocal physiology, UHH , i , ImHioa, tn, • 
musical conception, and orthoepy as relating t«. ■a f is l 
well as speaking. Pupils meet teachers weekly 
practice, lectures, etc. This course tit- papal, lor solo sin 
in concert and chnrch, and for teaching culture pro, ■ 

At the discretion of the teacher, papfe M alaa i 
public. Lach Commencement voice pupils, agisted by the 
chorus class, give a cantata, oratorio, or s, ._ * 

l>»ls completing the first year in BgbtHttngiiig, the four,!, 
grade m th.ory, and the fourth grade in the course below, will 
"TV < ,f profiaencv 

SSS tb V ,ltire ' mmm m ■** 

vo.oe culture w-H receive a -//,,/„„ , 

I our*. „f stutlj bi Vol,.,. < (|l(Ilrt . 

l„ F "ST GRADE 

; ■' " Method. n,. UMl .ir fcMt iiita. 
"*» v« h 

a 

, s . ^^' ii " fv ° , " ui "' 1 "' PH 






SECOND GRADE. 

• « mil. Blend I m 
vowel nud ouunonuul tnuiidii in Eugllidi 
■ i wiugM am 

TH'PD GRADE. 

.Mill 'l.-sl. ..|.. |. VllCflll'K Itllllilll Mf'huil. i '.IWlll ,. 

Trill, Italian nit -In l.v. 

■-■■u:. Ill S'.lltKls in llliliiin, 

''(I u rin- and KnmNii -<'1ik«. 

FOURTH GRADE. 

ip 21 l'iin<.fk;i.i.|i. ki. BofdaajBl 1 ! .ui VoeallsM, !'•!,- !.. II. 
Kxpwloil iiiiil jilirn 
Miiily nf alias continued, i .jiit-iTt -iniri hi; 
from oratorio mm! EngllMh 

FIFTH GRADS 

I.iiiii|»Ttl '■ stiulifs. Bordognl'1 .-. lik. I i 1. MUHbm 

i:.\. i»r. — i.,i, nii.l pbfM 
Dram l Concnrl 

ofnria, recitative, and ■■iivutinu. 

i. Kr.-nrli. ..ii. I ',.i-:.., 



ART 1 )Hi 'AK-l mi;.\t. 



This department i- directed by ;m aocomftliahed ari:- 
WMfmaad a b i l ity , To bar remarkable talent, baa aaea riilnd 

the advanta_ , ln (a* beat M s ,.j, , 

ag laaai tin- I aft Art studenis" Laaajaa. 

Much v/urk M |«m ti'i-ui nature and object*, and fraa llBIMJ 

.n-.-ving is r.-ipiirt-il. Pupils are taught Ml Deft copying, 
tmt ir a art ; hence their work has a life in it < ftao wmu\ 

waaat aaty colored prim | haaaaa of the depart - 

■flM '- ii afcetd ,. ,-,,.,,, , .,_„ 

ng a member of the clam aa a aaodhL 
The course includes the following : DnMraajr, lijjht and 
abaft*, si, II. |,fe. rra\..n. pa-t.-L UMjdaeape, mi 

and |i.n liture. This departiuen 

aaaarpaaaad adratagai ia - . and a ta y u a Bam ail ai 

IV Art Mall is ei.miiK.di.. us, well lighted, and admirably 
adapted to its uses. It is enrjietcd. and .applied with CMta, 

I1KM It-Is, , 



30 i . ,,i . i . i 

Commercial ] >ei artment. 



The con ■ ad] eaferaeea book-kei ag commercial 

law. Iraaiaeas oorrenpondenee, and pt-miianakip. Doubles i 
git, 

Thi* course b- not nj.ti.mal. but ta repaired of al 
Girk aa well a* boys ahonld hare a practical buHinetw educa- 
tion. Many-liu-ratii- and bonorakae posit ■■- ■•■ open to 
women qualified to fill than; everj housekeeper 

should kuow how t« keep i oorreol m mi <>f h t . r ioooane 

eapaaam >ir«-o tin- department ua> 
faog ladies have taken the mm; .!,.,! 

ons where they apj.lv pr* ti.-allv tie imrtruotion bere 

i I'd. 

A soccesufnl Imsine*. man has written u» th, - -| am 
I you have a commercial department I ha < 
wry little about Mm lay busir.es* affair oi m, \: 

graduate* eaa work out difficult problem*, aod 
Jrei.,-h; but bow mm} eu make ooi ., p 

order, or tell the difference Mween adraft and a cheek ! V 
are on the right In v ,„ lr p i r ], )„,. 



oil 



Industrial Dei artment. 

**•" thi. department during , |„. ,, M , ,,.„. ,,.,. 

™~V**7»*** w« expect <• ... j, .,. ' 

•W ieatureof tlie institut ' 

, A< '°" : ^uetorha.U,,, .,,„...,. , ,„ tuk( .. . 
^ **<"»•** Regular*, en in cum* 

,, - :i "' i " ,ai ^ ''•'•• ven in plain 

-1 orna,,,,,,:,!,.^. R,^ ro bv papH* dariu S 

V »^»t* detriment.' 

; -t l ut,.n., l|;lt a, 1Z a,io I , ,, 

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Remarks on Course of Study. 

OPTION k|, SIT |»||>. 

All optional studies, such . and instrumental music, 

drawing, painting, French, German, Bpaaieh, and Greek, arc 
taught bo as to int< -little ?> tjaswble irith the regular 

«tudk* of pupils. So pupil having . mimenced an optioaal 
study can discontinue it aithout the permission of the Faculty, 
gives at the reqaeal of the parent or guardian. Pupil* 
must study Latin Ln order to graduate in the A. 1>. 
STOCI \t. si i on - 

Pupils who in deficient in certain braocaes often desire t>> 
graduate. These may pa r aa e aaeh speoLa] ttadlea a- will 
enable them to take a n — taoding m sooa M 

i a- //■/■•;/'//(//• pupils. 

Graduates m th ■- who do oa4 intend gradaatiag may wish 

mplete spe< tal studies, or to enjoy the ad vant cnuak 

and art. Such will be received, and, ou finishing these -(it. 

jeeta, ma tifieate of proficiency. These are 

enrolled ae tpeeial pupils. Special pupil.- hoarding in taa 

■raal be subject to all regulation- affecting boarding 
pupils. 

MODEU L VVOl \<;i:s. 
'"Tiiian. French, and Spanish are taught by oompt 
iaatruttara, Ahaal *aa4aaY at the "Western Continent -peak 
ypaaiah lai Since our religious and comm< 

u tth ICexicu are g ■• eaefc j i 

knowledge of Spanish it ■ dkaadarataaa. W% have iaeatpo- 
the last named study in <>ur eoarse, and it is taught by 
one who has made this language a specialty. Modern Ian 
aught without exl ge. 

i:i.<h ITION 
Pupile having leisure Ear it and desiring a special couns 
elocutioa may receive instruction from one who baa had 

superior advaaaaaaa For this arc;, 




TKH'IITOW CL 188. 

The design of this flhw hi to pve I r instruction tn 

actual as well m prospective teachers. Teaching ii 
feasion. ami those enteriui: & eho ald be qualified. \ i i 
leach i- 1 fifcfl tn prepai ii. The ol 1 who « .- 

content with a knowledge of the "three l!V: the idi-al 
modern teacher, beside* these, meet -tmly the "three MV— 
Mind. Matter, arnl M« tin nl" The teacher in special cl 
of this class has had five or »i\ \e:.r* of experienc* in normal 

•! and institute work. Membi r« of the U - 

visit the preparatory and other classes, lad ace the method* 
taught put into practice. To those intending to teach, no 
instruction i> so valuable M the node! of live, skillful, 
experienced teacher. Of the twont y - o eeo e pupil* thai 
taken thb eeene, eighteen have already been employed as 
teachers. Aiaeag Ike t— t hooka —ad are Baldwin 1 ! Psycbol- 

Baldwin's School Management. Brooka'a Norm il M. 
BesVs Metbo. . A review of the < 

ol branches is also given to thou 

IMl'OKTANT PEAT! I£l>. 
Special attention is given to letter-writing, punctual! 
penmanship, beahmea forms, orthography, phonies, r ; Se- 
ion. Our vocal in practice for 

Commencement, but daily Seemed u riven 

free by a teacher of acknowledged ahiiity. Ko d 
for theory, harmony, or dam etoewtion. Ifeaaben of the 

meed classes will have review i in th. irv bfw 

besides drlls in household , U( ] eli . 

< HAKACTEIt OF IWim < ||o\. 
The teachers are all lih .. .,; ex . 

'' ent • 111 mere idl. I 

tion. hut in studying matter ami methods, thereby b. ;:.->■ pre- 

hemselves for their apt «k. Th. ' 

Id to adopt all modern b 
method, that are sap, |!iallv ,„, M „, ]„,,,, t ,., .„ ,,, e 

iK-en found e ood. Tl ■ nti-n i- 

rdksg the lower try brai - 

~«w^ to the higher, but incorporat 

them throughout I ' 



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sri l»V \M» Itl.l ur.ATinv 
Pupils ire rarely entitled m<>re than an hour at a time in 
Iv and ivcitali.ni. Short, listed interval- for recreation 

i nco rp or ated in the tobadala of dally duty. 
This system is favorable to order an<l discipline, and cond i- 
cive to health of body and rigor of mind. 

PHYSIC VI. (ILTIKK. 

\\ e ii ivi i a specialist t" give instruction in this im- 

portast ''ranch. The college will W- supplied crib the baal 
naxtic appliam i -. !'i!|iil- will alao have the advantage of 
: .1 military drills. 

STI I>li:s CMP BOABDEBS. 
Id addition 1 tadty periods dariog tbe day, boarding 

pupil- study two and a half hours after tea. und.-r the care of 

u her. No desaKorv or aimless stady is allowed. Thi- 

provision really • tbe advant - Meb hoarding pafrila 

-ess over those who are not inmates of the house. Vndir 
-mh jadieion* regimen, pupils form habits of earnest and 

lligetrt application | and, a- a rule, our hoarders stand 
am nag the fore m o st of the aohoo l . 

COCB8B8 OF STII>\ . 

T^-re are three regular eosjrsss of stady in tlie literary 
ilipailaasiil iif this iaatitatioa, \i/ Claash d, Soiantjfk, aadl 

Poet-Gradaata. The cla- enihraees all the studies 

of ihc regahtf curriculum The scientific cour-e is the same 

I t capte d. Tli' p—t -graduate course 

embraces advanced stadiea in he uoe, ami mathe- 

matics. We intend that our diplomas shall mean something. 
They an inted to papils finishing a few special st ndice. 

PapUs mast complete om of the above courses in order to 
■ate. 

instki>ii:nt\i.itii:s. 

Tba College i- sapplied with new and complete philosophical 
iratus. New de-ks. map-, and charts have lately basa 
furnished. Anion- rceatM parehaaaa may Ik- mentioned a tine 
roaoope, Adam-"- Chronologieal Chart, and Yaggy*! G 

phical. Astronomical, and Anatomical Chart- 



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atti:m> vn< i:. 
GMag to Nbool is a baaiatw. Abaenoe of one day ■ 

week M I loM of twenty part 'lit. What basin - eU tttsl .in 

■aeh 1q« and poaptr! Patron ah arid co-open it.- in - 

the prompt ami regular attemlam-e of papils. In cJMi 
ing, attendance ranks as a study. No abeeace. excued ei 
in eatM of M-rious ilinesn. 

EXAMINATIONS \M» EUSPOBTe. 

There will h<> monthly written exajBUMtioat, nn.l. 

fttoaftorda jo* criterion of the Kfaolanliip i 
•Mi pupil. Kaeh of tk. examination papm thltt prod™, ,| j, 
gra«le.l aceonlim: t„ it, excellence; and, from tl 
thiHTa.le-mark.an.ltlH-m-„r.Uo 1 .Lpi i ^ „„. .. 

mark of the pupil in a*4i *ody U obtained, il 
rf«*h three month* • report of pupilV , landing in l 
sttrf.es attendance, ami deportment, will b, ten! to parent, or 
guardians. 

< l-\ss DHTOM 110318. 

^^-ofthe Senior ,1a- wbo ar ,. entitled to g, 

r^r " ir ' 

■eat No ho, nnferrc.l 

* the Jo„ ior ( , a>st!j< . UyHu . 

highestdass-staiidii.i; wilJ U. ,„.„„,; i, i 

dariiw th* f!» •fP«n*ed to read origin.] . *,.:„ - 

4,^2^'^'^ *•■ >— >—>- ...tl,, 

thoi !jau „. ^P* fw «"»* given to cLurialpapll. 
^e«l t ; hoH , ■ : " w,e ' 1 *Uh the instituti 

"--Wtheo^uJ ^< »«*«*«. other 

"UTAH dm> nm.t be H . ttlwl , . • 
ordi i almal *"tinetioa*, aw. 



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SCmAUB MEDAL mi I Brt 



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RIDLEY MEDAL-'"- r M Kt.t:. > . ..: LaGrange, ban endow**) .. medal 

laj member ol ibeJunloi or Senior i 

HEMPHILL MEDAL Ml W k I 

I ll» l!) 

COKER MEDAL Ml 1 M Coker. ol Atlanta, baa eadowei : f.«r 

. v. ii. ii. . in \ nice < u!' i for Li -i- 

FACULTY MEDALS -*U* ll WV Mi- Kn-ti" 

KCADDTG 

ninieneemenl • -- .■■■•' fur by 

ling (i.imiii. lid nun' 

- 1 rioi 

ut ion. fir-! medal. 
i Ki»r v Khx utloa, «ocood in< 



MIMi . 

Kor • \ |n-ii..ni' tut on I 

i ll . rmony. 

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PKNM tXSHIP 



i>i:(;ki:i:s. 

Degree* will be ftvee m foUoara: 1. To thoee completiBg 
the classical ooaree, Um A B. -. To tboee completing 

ifiitiiir coarse, the degree B. 8. :;. To those oompletiog 
tin- post-gradaate eoane, the degree A. M. 4. To those 
pleting the oovrae in |" e, the degree B. I. If. (Bachelor 

of InstraasentaJ Music). 6. To those oompletiag the eoe 
voice saltan . tin- degree I!. V. If. (Bachelor of Vocal Moaii ). 
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I tea vS'.i: 1 KM l LB COLLEGE. 



lipcnses. 

Rates per scholastic year. 

I'HKIWKVTOItY DBPABTMEMT. 

Klr-t. Second, .mil Thir.1 ,rn<le» 
Fourth urnile 

FMili ,ii..i BMh patM 

OOIJLMHAIB OKI' VIM Ml. NT. 

PreaftaMa i-Ium 

i itl.i - I ' • 

lMplon >ll.>n 

MISK LHEPABTMEXT. 

instruction an piano of organ 

Volet iiiltnr.- tingle pupil 

Voire i if two or ni<n N <•■ 

Violin ......... .. 

00, one boar to < . ■ 1 1 boon per daj Mti 

i plitno. ■■ni-ii additional hour per da) 

if piano, to pupil* In <lu r, two hour* |M-r<l'i> . 1" ■» 

VKT DEPASTMSNT. 

Ih'iwiiiK, i • it erayon 80 OB 

Crayon portraiture, pnMcl. on liln . 
(>11 pullUllr.- 

m i vi. sn mr.s. 

iul elocution | , ... 

vrltm*. wltii ,-,-.,) iii.rriiinrii' 
mnkhiK 

laataaUagtlgbii elaetrte) and raal ... 

Liuunliv 

Raart, laaadry, and literary tattton 

•sard, liaalrj', lalm , piano i. Mona, with m _■..> m 

fkalaal aaaaad, aHa rata nOtare 

^ I'l'pii^k-siringtotakeartor aperial at«di« it, addition 
BtAtary tad bom boot**, om gnd oat eo«l ,,; game by adding 
rate* a* apettcd aU.v.-. W- charge no in rid en UU. Our 
sacihtie* for teaching ire ooeataoUj bring improved. We 
funrnh a thorough w.llegiat.- gdeoatioa ai lower rate* thai 
usual in institution* of abate pad*. tfottee that t h< • 
harmony, night-nnging. koofctoefiag, :1a* elootttioo, ai',,1 
etbeta. mcs are tau u ht /,-. , .,/,■/,„,,,, . 

'>•" KppfettioB, ,|.,ria! raUf will Imj furniahed lo two or 

more pupil* from the mm f, ;m ji y< 






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Mil: III ILDING8. 

The main buildings are the College an<l College Home. In 
*lv",r,. tli.' property wa* sold to the North Georgia ( onference 
M)0<i; am] m:iii_v inprovementi b»ve since been ma 
works have been erected, and the buildings are supplied 
with an al.undaace of pare veil-watt r The College and Col. 
Home are lighted with the best Ed - n electric light*. 
THE COLLEGE 
1- buili -I brick and ayaaata, ami covered with tin. taakii 
tip' proof. It is GOxlaG feet, tsro stories ktgfa ateae end and 

three at tl tbcr. The Imioorii divided by wide ha 

crossing each other at the center, thereby affording perfect 
Mutilation. CpoQ it there are au rooma, devoted to recita- 
tion, laboratory, and auuma. » >n the teeond floor are located 
tli.' chapel and a complete arrangement of mtMte-rooras, '-..ii- 
venient to tin- chapel, ami admirabh, situated for instruction 
and pra< tice. Art and mock rooma occupy the (bird floor, 
mi: COLLEGE < iivi'i:i.. 

Tli.- Chapel is BOi 100 feat, a itfa a capacity for 1600 persons. 

It i> beautifally lighted by large windows, and has tive 

ances. It ha- bean proaoanced, by diatingaished visitore, 

to be the largest College hall in the Smith. 

- 

COLLEGE HOME. 

College Home >- I icatad one haadred feet wed of the Col. 

. with which it i> connected by a brick walk. Prom 

the roof of thia building, water Iowa towards all potats of the 

compass. Three years ago, at an outlay of |10,| , it 

enlarged to doable it* former capacity. It now affords ample 
accomodation for a hundred boarder* The Hoaae k a aaad- 
some brick baildiag, 50x160 feet, and two atoriea high. It 
contain^ thirty rooma for boardera, parlors, reading room, 
kitchen, store-room, etc., and a dining hall ■.;<>\i,n tv t . t . Ka.-h 
story has a hall, twelve feet aide, running the entire length 
oi the building. The second door is reached by three broad 
stairway-. The rooms for boarders are eighte* n feel square, 
with -loor-, opening into these broad halls, and with two or 
more windows receiving air and sunshine from without 






in uttUNn 1 1 ■>! u ■ 001 ' ■' ■"' 

These rooms are thoroughly ventilated, having Open grate*, 
windows witli weighta, and doon with reversible iraaaome, 
Tlie thickness of the walls is a protection ag duel the axtremei 
of heat and cold, ami the pupils tod their rqpnu oomforUbli 
in every season. With our laperior hygienic arrangement*, 
it is Ml strange that College Home bat, for the |>a-i fortj 

vi-ars, bad a health record Baaarpaned in the South 

(iltttWTH A\'li Ol TI.OOK. 

ProepeoW for the coming session are cheering. Thi I 
lege is stf:i'li'> iocreaaingin anmberaaod prosperity. Iti 

creasing popularii y is attested hy the fact that, under tin 
present management, beginning fivfl year* ago arith nz hoard - 
ing pupils, it ended the present aMMOS With )u'/i. /»/<''"'" 
This growth has beta - >litaiin<J. not hy endowments and 
many titled professors, hut hy the honest, thorough work 
done by wional teaehen. The trustees haveettdi 

the present administration by committing the CoUaga to 1U 
management foi a period of twenty years. This trust, how 

r, in no way impairs their official authority, not dial 
the relation (A the College to the Conference. This u 
only female roll, bekagj I OB Mail ely to the North 

l.eorgia < onfeici,. 

imi»kovk.mk\ts. 

Tl " Co!1( repaired and painted, and 

mat: bewrtifted Five ma&ic-roonu 
bare been added, many sehooi iaaliaanaia11lli ii pnrcbi 

•» works and electric tight* introduced. Among pro 
posed improvements ,.„ay M mentioned ID ol,.,,\at.. 
gymnasium, and additional boarding room. 

Misi:i>i. 

The museum has beta ( .„i ar ^, (l ,, v „ ,,,],,.,.,,„„ „, ,,,„. 
minerals obtained from the Oeotogiea] Department : 
state ot (fcorgh. Tlir „ 112ll th( . fnmoat „,- fri) . |i(U yaIu 

ad*tion,bave !„,.„ made during the paat aearion Further 
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LIBRARY. 

Many valuable books and periodii ala have recently been 
added to the Library. Among the booka of reference, ]>ii]>ils 
have arci— (o five encyclopedias and four unabridged 
dictionaries. Attention will be given to building up the Li- 
brary, which is a \ alaabla aid in acquiring a finished education. 
Money or booka contributed will he gratefully received. 

\M >l\ i 
The Al— n« of the College li"ld an annual m. etiag daring 
Commencement to revive the aeeooiitioin of the peat, and 
contribute to the pr o s pe ri ty of the Alma Mater. 
LITERARY six I i:tii >. 
The Irenian and Measofantian Societies are accomplishing 
mncb for the College. These two societies meet in their 
tive halls each Satcrdey forenoon. Their eaarcisoi 
-i of readings, recitations, original essays, criticisms, etc. 
I xiioioi. 
Foe sake of economy, and to prevent any discontent arising 

from disparity in dress, wt have adopted a uniform. This 
will be worn i. n Sundays, and SBch Other occasion- a- the Lady 

Principal may prescribe, Tlie uniform is of gray dress flan- 
nel, trimmed with Week braid, with cap to match. The uni- 
form, including cap, will ooat not exceeding 118.90. In 
winter, pupils arc required to wear uniform jacket, which "ill 

be furnished at COSt. I'ntil Novemher 1, pupils may wew 
such dresses a- they already liave. After that date, they 
must wear uniform until nlnss nf session. Uniforms oaa be 
made in our dress-making departmean • eeeare uni- 

formity, we prefer that they should be made lien. There 
will t<c ample time to provide for uniforms after pupill enter. 
1'njiiln must mat jJnin irhih dre^M* during ComtHencemtHt. 

XI-: ATXlvSS \XI» <>KI>Klt. 
Every effort il made tO secure the utmost neatness and 

order on the pan of the young ladies, in the arrangement and 

'•arc of their rooms, clothing, and persons. The Matron 

inspects the rooms of boarding pupils daily, and notes all 
instances of disorder, negligence, or untidiness 



LAGH W.i FE.M Ml « "I LE<JE. 









MORAL AMI RELIGIOUS \l>\ \M \(,i:s. 

We give constant attention to tin* moral tad religious train 
ingof our pupils. Religious exercise* are held morning and 
■rawing. On Sabbath moratag, | >uj.: !•* attend men church. - 
ami schools in the city as their parents ma\ designate. \ 
V>. mg Ladies' Christian Association has been organized, an I 
weekly meetings are held. Bible lessons are part of tin- cur- 
riculum. Sectarianism ia eschewed, bat we ieek to ooaunend 
the Christian religion by pieeept and example. A relig 
atmosphere has pervaded College Hone daring the past year 
HEALTH. 

In no private household i« Ufa re employed b sloeer or Bore 
intelligent supervision ovei the Inmatea than is here exercised 
over the health of the boarding pupils. The Lady 1'rin 
has made medicine and the health of pupil- a life-long stud \ 

The slightest ailments are promptly treated, in -,-r . i 

the "best medical advice is secured an.l competeel Bones pi i 

mkk th$pmmt; and, when made known to the P 

dent, is scrupulously respited. All the conditions of prop, i 
Kamtat.oa are carefully observed It is a noticeable I 
"ur pupils leave school in better health than when thev ,„,. 
i»OMKSTK Altl{AN<;i;Mi;Ms. 
The sleeping apartments u f the College an i oomsnodafc 1 
each to four inmates. The heavy articles of foroitan, neb 
as bedste-ada washstands, tables, vvardr„l,e. mi r U:ur.. are 
■J-rmshed oy fe College. Each bonds, mus, fll! ,„„,, her N u 
v t r M ,ill„w.cases, and toweU. fcocfa pupil tmoold 
nave an umbrella, a gossamer, and orenkoes. 

Jul n"5?' their I faraili '- ""> ** be-rdi»g p** all 

partake at the „ame tahle, and ***** ,,„, large family. 

thk wtYwaommn 

o:::^!;::;:::: 1 j^r 1,sl;uHiM ^*~*^ 

-m, pjrr, :;::: *«■*-«- 

-d teachers ,s mviM n . ^ ^""M 

>* thusohtain,d as rendeis n ^ "' ' V "'" ''' ' 

nders "P* dmnpfiae rtnlj neccaaary. 



1 \i,l; v si.l: FEMALE I OLLJ Ql 4:j 

TO PATRONS. 

Read this oatalogae carefully, tad see what i- expected of 

pupils and patron*, When von enter a pupil, it is implied 

,: yon snbeerib* toaU the conditions herein oootained. Pupils 

.in- expeeted toobeerve the rales prescribed, and patron* should 

tuit lit-r Ask nor expect a% to permit a violation of the same. 

Dinoarage visits home, since saoh absences impair sobolar. 
ship nd olane- a ta nd i ng . When aeceaaary for papist to go 
home, patroaashoald commanjcate directly with the President, 
rather than through pupils. Tin PretH$nt n$trou tl„ 
right to reftm «B request* for papil» to visit in ih> city or 
token, during th* teuton. Popils should not refltaia after 
Commencement, free from college restriottou* Suehoooraa 
i* usually damaging. Parent*, ooasidertbe interests of yoar 
- hii.hvii. tad do not allow it. The msooiations of Colh 
Home, together with the maaieal and literary entertainments 
en, afford pupils as many social advantages u are lx-st for 
m while at school. Papilsarenot allowed to receive riaitors 
except in ran eases, and then at the discretion of the President. 
Write your ohildren enconraging letter* It' any eomplatata 
made, write a* promptly, tfyoar dangfatec i> rick, she 
will be properly eared for; it seriously ill. you will be prompt. 
ly notified. The health record of the College tor decades past 
shonld remove all solicitation in regard to this matter. Do 
i 4 **ad yoardaagfatersboaee of eatable*, *ach as. eweataeaata, 
cakes, ate. .Most siokaeM ariaes from this cause. The fare of 
the College table ia ample, and ansae for pupils and tnaoheri 
Boardi i pupils must nut open a* counts at stores, oroontraot 
debt*. When pupils do (hopping, tbey must be looompa* 
I by a member of the Faculty. Boarders keepi&a money in 
hi tin n- room* do so at >h-ir own ritl: tfoney should be de 
posited with the President, who will than l>e responsible for it. 
We offer best advantages at reasonable rates. To sacooed , 
we mas* have prompt payments. .\s long aa daea are unpaid, 
"•', not ymi. are bearing the harden of you:- cbilda edaeation. 

BBFBBEHCB& 

W* refer to any of oar patron* Inquire of them whether 
' ""' i fair tedei of what wn are, ud what we do. 



44 LAM; w.i: 1'l.v mi: COI.LEUE. 




Bwties of (jpecaeners. 



TK.U HERD SHOULD 
I. > > | .< • ; i no teemmti at ■tone. 
i Da tluir p.irl In I aaotttiMJ pupiU. 

gataaaj antjroa Kriiiiiy nicm. 

1. AjHtM In enforcing. College rule*, and in: I In 



nui m as - 1 1 > ■ i 1 1 ■ •. 

I. MtOW partiality or fm 

I liivi- iiivirui timi ootdda of appointed w 

L Attend amaaameaU not approved I Pn 

. lee riatton •■ Sunday, anleai i »<•.•-. to eventna ■ 

'.. Takt-imrt iiwi wttlraat conaent of t*i 

I 
c 

< 



%|«fatioR5 for Boarding Pwpifs. 



portu jiim' 

I. W.urColle*«- uniform. 

.'. *- pi llllinl mil maailj m meal*. 

;. Meat riaHoieaai) la reception i 

Went 

■ I'-iK-t i.'i aabta „, h i,, r ,. s ,, r , . 

I n . 
'■ * ud obedient to ever} I 

J '' r ,; 

". Arranie room before leavln« In th< ; 

;.;^Ntinii 1 -, 11 „t„,iv»-i ll „„ ll| ».,„ ll „ , | , 

■••".. nuium.v-wti.K.in.,.1. hBTCBtD ti. 

I'll', 

-lit "tit oft I,, College, 

! ■""'"'"•»'«•»<* with >,«„,„.. 

,K.,,v..,-K,k,„ r( , th( . r „.,„ 

• fro,,, 

W prml-J and , 
.or n»k« i 

' tt awl. tpenuia. 






LAGB IXGK 1'KM \1 K I 0L1 ; 



NOTE 

if music in roneeri program on pagi 
Our neal uniform, hlch saves expense i"i- Sunday dren 
TUc number of pupila in marie mil art, ahown on page XL 

:t |- \hll.ll «M tlM (.IP ■-! III. I -. v,. r 1,11,1. 

Thai moat i • rpta" below art */ ranatf asaa, am/ uuovsA- 

ri it buildings ar* all id bo inUnff-boaM la <>ni.-. two atoriea high, 

■.iiiuli! In rvtfiilar U -. Imi i,.,i -, ,i. ir |nii. 

Th.ii the ] , r.-wiii, m iui.lv. if, inn,, taught ■MeeaafteUjrftartMfty-faarywan 

Tlmt ,.iir n-.-n -Ii.-i ■!.! aigbt-singUlgla one .,( Ilii-fln.--! \.K-uilst> In tin- South. 

nail i,, i i.,..n,i • ■ i h, ii I,, .;,!,., i. lighted, ;,,, ( | ventilated. 

Nuiiii«T,(i board) -i> inn . npaatfotn 

-i \ .11 ui Commencement i ,.\. 

.•iu<iv.!\ by |,u|,ii> and teachers. Ninety tin.- \ oicea la the- cbortM 

■ '\ ' itMTflf nur u i mll, ) ,|i| r ■ n , . ■■ ' , I ■ ■• " "■ *" 



til' If. Holllt- 
i.i i iCH ATI-: hk i -t 
flgnuuii im ■■ [in-ill Excreta 
OtlMMKKl IA1. I'lTI 
-l OFSTUDir 
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3- BOARDING-— I'npll- iiml tea >llegp Home. 

4- FACULTY-— Tratoed, p rog re ss ive. Kn 

5- LITERARY COURSE -W.U uni.i. -,i. i:,-m book* and m.-iii •- 
6 MUSIC — I 'nexo ii. -.1. Voirai rnltnro a ataw lallj Bight-elni 
7- ART- l.'\, - I'liomillN Mm- miviiiiti: 

8 TEACHERS' CLASS — Tli..r..uuh eonrae i- Baethodaand 

9 BOOK-KEEPING -Tuimlit n at- boom 

10- ITaTtNSCS Waaaoiialila rnt.-s. rfn ImIiWiii 

11- PROGRESS-— More than twice aa mm 



£>tee:rpts. 



Hundred* attest that I itlon seared It* grandest tucceaaattl 

i •■I,,-, in, nt. A- to music, the college stands aecoud to nana, O c orgia 
limy w.-n rank LaGimng* Pemi ami ng bu r tir-t and Im-m.-m m D 

i'. w ui Ni wniiii ii • i rahar, Jane It, MM, 

We ha peattj ptaaaad with - make-anea tin- exaanina- 

- ■ Hi -ii, -i-.. i penni mil corn . ' 

• i Urography. aY* desire to call pautiewlar attention to the ahorti aim 

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voeallft in th. State -n*nkn i*w»,Jw a*, MM 

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.lory. Thl« ymii-' nadeut, and Imlnji ,! 

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^?ale ^igfo School 



Gommepsial, §eient fie. Classical. 



Fall Session begin* first Monday in September, and ■•!« 
December 19, 1890. 



Spring Session begins second Monday :ii January. 1H0 i 
closes at the expiration of five scholastic month*. 



Ratec of Tuition, per scholastic- mouth, payable at th » 
of each month :— 



Primary, 
Intermeddle, 
High School. 



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Preparing boys f or college an, t , bu»„ M , are llUnlM 
Write for catalogs and particulars. 

LEONIDAS JONES, Principal. 
La<.r.ni^<-, (.«■<) rfi 



o\ Ghe ♦ palace ♦ Gap * £ine. 



i Kansas an, mips;:, & hum mrcaj 



I- many miles the -ho-test, and by far th 



Best Equipped Passenger Lin< 



Between ]K»ints in the Ea>t awl B .uthaast, and Monphti an.', all potato i 



Arkansas, Texas, the West, and Northwest. 



"" * Train BealpuMBl of this lis* to of the most nio.'eni 

BOH ruction, and pP Bf H al with every device i eees>ary to the comfort 

and laf. *v ' congers. Elegant Reclining hair Cars (Seats Free) 

II < trains between Memphis and n lingharn. Binning 

hai Ktaa City: with rullman Sleepers light oaant 

1 I 1 ' iid Atlanta, in connection w hoOooq 

I vcrytl, r new ar.i tirst-class, and no . rt li spared hy the 
»■<■■ t.. 111. Mi. requirements of the traveling puMic. Through 
tick, t \iatisline -on wle at all through-ti.-ket offices. F..r to 
! tin j-tabl. older giving full information as to through i 
OOaoMMttOM ' . etc. iddrees, 

H. I>. EM is, j, |. : . LOCKWOOOb 

GENERA AGE if, GENERAL PASSENGER *GENT, 

339 Wtt* «t., HsnpMi, Tana. Eaasas Zltj, Ho. 




GOING TO OR RETURNING FR< >M 

fia^range Female Soffege, 

£a(pr<3R<|e. (|>eorcji<3. 



•THE 



Loralle and Mville R. L 

OFFERS YOU FROM 

NEW -ORLEANS 

Double Daily Trains and Elegant Pullman 
Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars, via 

The beautiful Gulf C< iast, 
Mobile and Montgomery. 

BY ♦ THIS ~ ROUTE 

ONLY : ONE ! CHANGE : OF : CARS 

Fort Worth, Texas, to LaGrange. Ga. 

Pmati and ilic- paag ladies Mil do well u> ren i mim •••■- 
swing to and returning from school, an ! Ma to j; ihat tli.-ir tl I 
reail 

VIA NEW ORLEANS AMD thi LA N. K. K. 

fot rates, map,, tim.- twit, nc, address 

C. P. ATMORC, FRED O. BUSH. 

Cneral Passenger Agent, District Passenger Agent. 
LOUISVILLE, KY. ATLANTA, CA 

T. H. KINSLEY, 

Traveling Passenger Agent, L. A N. R. R.. 

DALLAS, TEXAS